Description: It’s something you might use as a fiber supplement, but you are not going to believe the science experiment you can do with it. Jason Lindsey aka “Mr. Science” with Hooked on Science and a kid scientist show us how to turn Metamucil into slime. Go to http://hookedonscience.org/files/2014_Experiment_Guide_with_Concepts_-_Metamucil_Slime.pdf for the FREE experiment guide.
Description: The evolution of the Cisco Small and Midsize Business (SMB) Specialization represents a combination of the former Small Business (SB) and Small Business Foundation (SBF) Specializations.
The specialization's curriculum mirrors the architectural strategy of Cisco advanced-level specializations, positioning SMB partners to sell strategically across all technologies. Borderless Networks, Collaboration, and Data Center topics will headline the major training tracks, along with updated Services training. Cisco will also introduce training for cloud concepts, SMB-level Cisco TelePresence products, and virtualization and data center switching.
We have reduced the number of training courses-from 15 to four-all of which are available on the Partner Education Connection (PEC). All existing small business and SBF Specialization partners must take the SMB exams listed below before their small business or SBF Specialization anniversary date. This is necessary to maintain Specialization status and, by extension, Select Resale Certification.
** Japan SB and SBF partners have until June 2, 2014.
Position yourself to succeed in the small and midsized business space. With the entry-level SMB Specialization, you gain access to:
Cisco Value Incentive Program
A broad range of products spanning all Cisco architectures
Cisco Partner Helpline and distribution sales support
Business planning and demand-generation sales tools, including collateral and web content
Eligibility to sell Cisco Smart Care Service
"700-501" "Cisco 700-501" "Cisco 700-501 Exam" "Cisco 700-501 Exam Guide"
Description: A short video highlighting a 17 day long project if did with my 1st grade students. Student were asked the question "What if their school was a democracy?" Student learned about rules, laws, and democracy. They utilized that knowledge to create their own rules for the school. Student worked in small group, independently, and as a whole class. The project culminated with student creating a commercial about one of the rules.